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i'm heading home today but i just wanted to share a quick sneak peek of what i'll be posting on thursday from my scad trip. this has, without a doubt, been the most inspiring design trip i have ever made. the students working here are creating pieces that have opened my mind and changed the way i think about the entire design process. i wish i could somehow transport all of you down here to see what's going on (you know, oprah style with plane tickets under your laptops)- these students' dedication to the craft and traditions of design have been such an amazing thing to see. i'll be sharing more student work tomorrow but i wanted to share this piece from susana cacho garcia- a gorgeous necklace make of fabric and swarovski crystals (as part of a swarovski-sponsored project). i could have stared at it for hours. after i saw susana's work i headed over to at home- a beautiful home shop in savannah where i picked up these gorgeous vintage handkerchiefs. i'm a sucker for little pieces like this. more to come tomorrow, today is my last day so i'm headed to shop scad and portfolio viewings at the fibers department. have a great day...[thanks so much to everyone who came to the lecture!]



Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is something that should hang on a wall...I hope I will never see this on a living person.

10:57 AM  
Blogger plasticpumpkin said...

Intriguing designs! Fiber and textile arts are fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm sorry, but that necklace is a little too angela from project runway.

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for coming to Savannah! Your lecture was amazing, practical, and inspiring. Your feedback regarding my portfolio work and images was invaluable, and I thank you for taking the time out of your trip to look over it. I hope you enjoyed your trip to SCAD and Savannah. Don't be a stranger! Thanks again!

-Jasper Johnston

4:33 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

i'd be honored to be the first living person wearing this. it's certainly not a day to day piece but it's stunning.


12:19 AM  
Blogger kstyle said...

I love to see original work. It's always a breath of fresh air. k

1:07 AM  
Blogger stay beautiful said...

my name is Jonathan.. I asked a question at the lecture and then later met with you when you were looking over my girlfriends (andrea gray) work. The lecture was great and extremely practical. Your sudent support is truely appriciated and I am sure it will only continue to grow.
Thanks again!
Jonathan Harper

9:22 AM  
Anonymous cruststation said...

So unique and beautiful, it would look great as a piece of clothing too.

1:08 AM  

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